India has Stepped up with Ayurveda. Have you?

India has Stepped up with Ayurveda. Have you?

Scrolling down my newsfeed one lazy morning, I came across an article: “Starbucks has introduced a brand-new Latte with Turmeric”. My eyes rolled. Childhood memories of Mumma forcing hot turmeric milk (or “Haldi ka Doodh”) down my throat came rushing back to me. Apparently, “Haldi ka Doodh” (a common Ayurvedic medicine for cold used in

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5 Simple Ways to Start an Ayurvedic Lifestyle

5 Simple Ways to Start an Ayurvedic Lifestyle

What is the first word that comes to your mind when you think of Ayurveda? Herbs? Jadi Buti? Ayurvedic products? Meditation? Ayurveda is not just about these things but includes a self-aware lifestyle, which incorporates four dimensions: senses, soul, mind, and body. From morning to bedtime, there is a full day of Ayurveda activities that

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The Science of Chyawanprash

The Science of Chyawanprash

Chyawanprash is a quintessentially Indian preparation hailing from the ancient and respected scripts of Ayurvedic medicine. It is called chyawanprash as it was first prepared, according to Indian holy scriptures, for Chyawan Rishi in his ashram. While the scriptures maybe ancient, the science behind the composition and consumption of chyawanprash has rarely been disputed. Since

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All You Need to Know about How to Prevent Hangover

All You Need to Know about How to Prevent Hangover

Since the symptoms of a hangover are very uncomfortable many hangover prevention pills have been introduced. But, anti hangover pill only helps with the symptoms. Most prescription anti-hangover pills don’t take care of damage that the liver has to endure. So in the following article, we discuss the characteristics of a hangover, hangover prevention, and

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Why I gave up a Six Figure Private Equity Career for Ayurveda

Why I gave up a Six Figure Private Equity Career for Ayurveda

You may have spent hours as a child musing through the charming world of grandparents’ tales – personal feats wrapped in romance, sometimes, fiction. The stories I grew up on were rather unusual. Science was the hero and nature, his home. Ayurveda was not just a trope but a way of life for my family for

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